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    Question How do I create a "search thingie" for my page?

    Well...for my job I'm setting up a database over internal telephone numbers, and in this page I wanna add a little 'search engine' so you can search for the name, and then find the internal telephone number

    can anyone help me with this, how to do it, do I need to use a special coding or can this be done with plain html coding?

    -tricky to be a newbie, and face such a problem :/-
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    Hey luc, welcome to the Help Desk.

    Your best bet would probably be either PHP or Perl. Depending on your experience you may or may not want to outsource it.

    good luck,
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    Heh, oh well... my experience is about 15minutes older than the first of my post
    but.. a mate of mine knows some asp programming, this will work aswell would'nt it?`

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    ASP is geared more towards windows based machines. PHP and Perl are the primary languages for unix servers.

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